Blue and White Flycatcher on Cocos now

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Subject: Blue and White Flycatcher on Cocos now
From: "Jeff Davies" <>
Date: Fri, 18 Mar 2011 21:41:17 +1100
Richard Baxter has just rung and asked me to report on birding-aus that a
male Blue and White Flycatcher was seen easily today near the Big House on
Home Island. 

It was very attached to one particular tree which it repeatedly chased a
Large Hawk Cuckoo out of, both birds viewed and photographed very well from
around twenty metres distance.

Richard mentioned that all the usual suspects were still present on the
island eg Japanese Sparrowhawk, Yellow Bittern, Pond Heron and Watercock. I
would not consider this list exhaustive and I am sure Richard will provide a
full report when he arrives home next week.


Cheers Jeff Davies.



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